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Pan-fried and steamed tofu and vegetable dumplings take patience and practice.
Moose derive their name from the Native American word, “Moswa,” meaning “twig eater.”
Take time to consider what really matters.
Basket in a time of pandemic will seek to rebuild community, organizer says.
By my own necessity I have become resourceful, adaptable and a creative problem-solver.
Ruthie untwists her thread, straightens her shoulders, reaches for a cup of coffee, and calculates her felt-making outcome.
I never once even considered that in my lifetime it might be possible to exist in outer space …
Kenai Art Center exhibit chronicles a reindeer’s life
Accompany the summer berry bounty with this all-purpose oatmeal muffin.
Although Dr. R. J. Alcorn spent only a few years in Alaska, he certainly got around.
Jesus pointed out the well water satisfies thirst for a while, but “whosoever drinks of the water I shall give shall never thirst.”
Fourth book by Homer author Dorothy S. Cline considers hard truth about nature.
The acidity and sweetness of the berries make them an excellent companion for creamy cheeses and fatty meats.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is Part One of a two-part story about a physician/surgeon who came to Seward in the 1920s with some curious blank spots… Continue reading
More than ever, everyone seems to have an opinion on every subject and to be quite animated that their side is the only one that is right.
Spenard artist chops, shears and welds decommissioned road signs to make art.
Even for me the mental labor of cooking is exhausting and sometimes overwhelming.
Local fruit adds depth to summertime favorite
Part Two of a two-part story about a few of the unlucky and the unwise among the long history of medical professionals in Seward.
Dale had always been an excellent judge of character and his reputation went untarnished by his amazing group of friends …